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Firefox Issues - Safari Fine

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  • Started 13 years ago by bartlewis
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  1. I hooked up the Thematic Framework last night. Just running the 3 column version with the default theme. Anyway, everything is looking great...until I open my blog in Firefox. Which is very surprising. Safari is working great!

    Any help please?

    Bart Lewis

    Posted 13 years ago #
  2. Can you be more specific? What's the Firefox issue?

    Posted 13 years ago #
  3. Wait. Is it your embeded video and widgets moving around and not showing up? That is weird. Try turning off your plugins. Esp. WP Ajax.

    Posted 13 years ago #
  4. Ian,

    I'm so sorry! I thought I left a link so you could go test it out. In firefox, secondary aside column is pushing everything after my ABOUT AUTHOR text widget all the way down below the last post. It's taking each widget and widening it to the full width of the main content area.

    In Safari, no problems at all. Camino is fine. I'm concerned because according to my Google Analytics, 67% of my users are using Firefox.

    Go to:


    Posted 13 years ago #
  5. Ian,

    I figured it out but You won't believe me when I tell you the problem.

    Here it is: I noticed in the primary aside that there was a twitter counter widget that wasn't supposed to be there. It didn't look bad and I couldn't figure out it got there.

    Well, I just decided to go remove ALL WIDGETS FROM BOTH COLUMNS. Well, I went in to each of the text widgets and then the Special Custom Widgets to copy the code so I wouldn't have to to locate all of them again. Well, in EVERY TEXT widget and every Special Custom Widget was the code for the twitter counter. I swear! But what's so weird is that the right widgets were showing, just not in the right place. However, none of their code was there. It was all twitter counter code.



    Posted 13 years ago #
  6. actually Ian, it's still happening! I spoke too soon!


    Posted 13 years ago #

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